It may seem a paradox. I recommend it, but I'm really disappointed with the final season of Andromeda. At the beginning, everybody blaming Dylan for being in Seefra??? Beka was born a baby on earth and at the same time was abducted from Seefra as a five or seven year's old child??? Drago Museveni, according to Dylan in other season, created a race of great poets, scientists, etc. In season five, the great scientist Drago appears as an almost crazy guy, eager to create a race of wariors. And Beka was also the mother of all Nietzschean race??? Rhade changed a lot an then changed again and again. WHERE are the Vedrans? What's the explanation of the existence of the spirit of the abyss? It's fiction. I Know. But I'm still looking for it. In the last two episodes, there were many events and twists, including the destruction of earth and the abyss controling the nebula and the Nietzscheans. The Commonwealth was losing the war. Then Trance's sun defeats the abyss and the Commonwealth's fleet (or a few ships) appear. Rhade is among them and says that his family is safe and that he needs help because he is out of fuel. What happened??? Did the Nietzscheans disappear??? Dylan also says that he is finally home. Has Seefra already changed enough to become Tarn Vedra? And again, where are the Vedrans? On season two, according to the only Vedran I remember seeing in the entire series, they were watching Dylan and proud of him, although, for some unknown reason, not helping him. And who are these people they left in the nine Seefras during 300 hundred years? Why there were no post victory scenes in the last episode? The series ended abruptly. I have many more doubts, but, in spite of alll of them, I loved watching Andromeda and I'll miss it. I've seen many sci fi series, including the Strar Treks and Babylon 5 (that is great) and Andromeda is one of the best. Season five is worth seeing (you have fun) and the last episode is enjoyable. It 's problem is not what have been shown. It's what not have been shown, what not have been explained, connected. The explanations could have beeen crazy, but I think that if you watch an entire series, you deserve something more than what was presented. Anyway, like I said, I loved watching Andromeda, from the beginning to the end .